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Spokane Valley Wineries
Washington is the second largest wine producing state in the country, and the Valley is home to three of the region’s premier wineries. Local vintners at Arbor Crest, Nodland Cellars, and Latah Creek offer award-winning wines and a friendly, educational tasting atmosphere. To really take in the Spokane Valley, visit Arbor Crest’s magnificent Cliff House. Perched atop a 450 ft. cliff, this historic building provides panoramic views of the Valley to accompany their array of rich reds and crisp whites.
One Day Adventures in Spokane Valley
Bike & Wine in Spokane Valley
- Begin with a Spokane Valley favorite: breakfast at Little Euro, conveniently located on Sprague the center of the City.
- Bring your own bicycle or rent bikes from The Bike Hub (three blocks from Appleway Trail), Fitness Fanatics (adjacent to Centennial Trail) or Traverse Ski and Bike. Hop on the Appleway Trail to ride through Spokane Valley or the Centennial Trail to enjoy a gentle breeze while riding adjacent to the Spokane River.
- Slowdown in the afternoon and taste some local wines at Latah Creek Wine Cellars and Arbor Crest Wine Cellars. Note: Arbor Creek sponsors music concerts at its Cliff House on Thursday and Sunday evenings, May through September.